nest sensor platform lets you monitor sensors connected to your Nest devices.
You must have the Nest component configured to use these sensors. The sensors will be setup if the
nest component is configured and the required configuration for the
nest sensor is set.
To enable sensors and customize which sensors are setup, you can extend the Nest component configuration in your
configuration.yaml file with the following settings:
# Example configuration.yaml entry nest: sensors: monitored_conditions: - 'temperature' - 'target'
By default all sensors for your available Nest devices will be monitored. Leave
monitored_conditions blank to disable all sensors for the Nest component.
The following conditions are available by device:
- Nest Home:
- eta: Estimated time of arrival.
deter. Security State. Only available when Nest Camera exists.
- Nest Thermostat:
- hvac_state: The currently active state of the HVAC system,
- Nest Protect:
red. Indicates device status by color in the Nest app UI. It is an aggregate condition for battery+smoke+CO states, and reflects the actual color indicators displayed in the Nest app.
- Nest Camera: none
This feature is not designed to transfer your Home Assistant to a security system, neither Home Assistant nor Nest be liable to You for damages, or consequential damages of any character arising as a result of use this feature. This feature does not depend on the Nest Secure alarm system and is not a reflection of the status of that system, nor does it react to state changes in that system.
This feature uses a new Nest Security API.
You may need to change your “Product” permission setting to include
Security State Read.
After this permission change, you may need to re-authorize your client.
deter state is re-evaluated after several minutes and relaxed to
ok if no further
person_detected events have occurred.
security_state automatically switches to
ok when the structure state is